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White Noise

CID:6416 Subscriptions:98Readers this Week:2
Genres:Action-Adventure, Anime, Drama, Furry, Science Fiction
Description*:The alien invasion has come and gone a century ago. In its wake, a young mutant (appears human, with just a tail) and his guardian escape the destruction of their hidden base and set off across the poisoned desert, trying to escape their anti-mutant pursuers. But just who is really on the right side?
* Descriptions are user submitted and might not express the views of the admins of this site, or of the comics creators themselves.
Flags:L Adult Language
V Graphic Violence
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Entry Added:Fri, Nov 11, 2005
Entry Modified:Mon, Apr 3, 2023

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03:21pm 11/28/2011
A Work of Art.
White Noise, is, first of all, one of the single best-illustrated graphic novels I have ever seen, not just in webcomics but counting those in print as well. Many of the panels and pages could stand as a work of art by themselves.

And this is only the start of what makes this one of my favorite webcomics.

To have a comic that so consistently maintains this high degree of beautiful artwork, page after page, is impressive.
Having writing of the same caliber to match is mindblowing.
Authentic emotion is hard to find in writing of any sort, but this is a comic with both real heart and brains.

There's the world: a sort of "post-post-apocalyptic" wonderland of domed cities, disturbingly normal fortified suburbs, hauntingly beautiful desolate wastelands.

And the characters with depth of motivation and personality, that you find yourself instantly caring about. Even the villians can be disturbingly likable and sympathetic, with deep motivations and inner lives, without losing an ounce of their chilling edge. The fact that snipes mixes in just a hint anime-style absurdity for good measure only adds to the awesomeness.

The author/illustrator of "White Noise" holds herself to absurdly high standards.
While this may occasionally make for a long gap between bursts of updates,
it also means its always worth the wait for the next page of this comic.
If you haven't read it, do yourself a favor and start.
Snipes makes the rest of us webcomikers look like preschoolers with crayons.
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